The New Orleans Social Club is a loose collection of New Orleans musicians who came together in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The displaced musicians intended to make a dignified political statement and recorded the critically acclaimed album Sing Me Back Home only six weeks after the hurricane hit. The ensemble toured behind the album, but has not performed together in several years. On February 12 the New Orleans Social Club will come together for one more night at New Orleans’ famed Tipitina’s. This incarnation of the group will feature Ivan Neville, George Porter, Jr., Leo Nocentelli, Henry Butler and Raymond Weber, among many other guests. DJ Soul Sister will support.